Ian Fielding (classical studies) and Peggy McCracken (French, women's studies, comparative literature) discuss Fielding's new book "Transformations of Ovid in Late Antiquity" followed by Q & A.
About the book:
The University Library is selling several thousand gently used books, including duplicate or superseded titles and other books not needed for the collection. We often have maps, pamphlets, CDs and DVDs as well! There's something for everyone at low, low prices.
Class War board game from the Joseph A. Labadie Collection, Special Collections Research Center
Smashing the State isn't the only thing radicals do for fun. Join us for a look at some of the interesting board games in the Joseph A. Labadie Collection.
This event is part of Special Collections After Hours, a new monthly open house series sharing highlights from the many books, documents, and artifacts in our collections. Each event is open to everyone and will offer a new group of themed materials for visitors to explore. Open houses are held on the second Tuesday of each month during the academic year. Light refreshments will be provided.
04:00 PM to 07:00 PM
Hatcher Graduate Library Special Collections, 6th Floor
Marisol Fila, PhD Candidate in Spanish and Portuguese in Romance Languages and Literatures at U-M, discusses the projects she has been generating with the Afro-Argentine organization Xangô to explore the possibilities of a scholarly work conceived as a combination of theory and practice, that seeks to produce knowledge in collaboration and to promote participative and horizontal partnerships between academia and community-based organizations.
The Sustainable Living Experience is hosting a listening/watch party featuring select podcast and video shorts (2-5 minutes) related to sustainability and the environment. Students and community members are encouraged to submit media to be considered for this event by Friday, November 30th. Submit your media here.